Jamison Crowder finished with only 24 scoreless yards on four receptions but did catch a two-point conversion.
Crowder appears to have settled in as the primary slot receiver for the Jets, which is good news moving forward. Despite the return of Elijah Moore, Crowder still finished second on the team with six targets – just one behind Corey Davis. He caught four of them for a meager 24 yards. He did not score a touchdown but did catch a two-point conversion, somewhat salvaging a disappointing showing. Crowder is best viewed as a WR4 moving forward in PPR leagues and a WR5 in standard leagues. Zach Wilson's poor play is going to make it difficult for any Jets' receiver to be a dependable option for fantasy managers.